Harry Norman, Realtors has launched a commercial real estate department to provide buyer, seller, landlord and tenant representation for all commercial segments including office, retail, multi-family, land and more. Leading the new department is Executive Vice President Chris Norris. Prior to this position, Norris was the owner of Jackson & King Agency, Inc., a real estate firm that represented buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants in both residential and commercial real estate. To learn more, visit HarryNorman.com/Commercial.
Miller Lowery Developments and Engel & Völkers Atlanta have announced a new 15-unit townhome project to be called The Felix West Midtown. Located off Huff Road, the community will be comprised of 15 three and four story homes ranging from 2,500 to 3,000 square feet. Each unit will feature modern architectural design in a flatiron style, a customizable floorplan and exclusive rooftop terrace. Prices will start in the low $800s. For more information, visit felixwestmidtown.com.
Audubon Communities has acquired KRC Vista, a 250-unit apartment community in Decatur. Comprised of 250 two-bedroom apartments on 20 acres, the community has been renamed The Dexter at Decatur. The complex is located on Valley Brook Drive and offers convenient access to Emory University, the CDC and downtown Decatur.
Buckhead senior community Lenbrook is planning a $100 million expansion called Kingsboro at Lenbrook with 53 new residences. The development will feature independent residences called Flats and Villas, which will be ready for occupancy in early 2022. The Flats will offer 39 residences in a five-story building with a variety of floor plans ranging from 1,600-3,000 square feet. The Villas will consist of three buildings, each with four to five residences, ranging from 2,000-3,000 square feet.
The City of Atlanta has granted a special use permit to add a commercial component to the forthcoming luxury condo building, No2 Opus Place, in Midtown. The development surpassed its pre-sale mark in October and is now close to 35 percent sold out, according to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices CITY HAUS. For more information, visit opusplaceatlanta.com.
SRS Real Estate Partners has welcomes Carol Spann Joyner as vice president in the Atlanta office. A 25-year industry veteran, she joins the tenant representation team and will focus on multi-market expansion programs for retailers. She joins SRS from her own company, Joyner Retail Services, whose mission was to assist both retailers and landlords refine and execute their growth plans.
Tenth Street Ventures will transform the Park at Peachtree Memorial in Buckhead from apartments into luxury condos. Built in 1924, the property is located at 128 Peachtree Memorial Drive NW, on a quiet, park-like property.
Construction has begun on Ashley I at Scholars Landing, a 135-unit development near Atlanta University Center that is phase one of the housing component funded by a $30 million Choice Neighborhood Implementation grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to the City of Atlanta. With a total of 54 affordable units reserved for families earning less than 60 percent of area median income ($31,440 – $52,080, based on a family size of one to six, respectively) and 54 workforce units for residents earning 80 to 120 percent of area median income, Ashley I at Scholars Landing is Choice Neighborhood’s first multifamily development. The community is being developed in partnership with Integral Development and support from the City of Atlanta, HUD and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.
The Atlantan magazine recently honored Harry Norman, Realtors Luxury Realtor Travis Reed as one of Atlanta’s most influential and charitable philanthropists and supporters at a reception at the Fox Theatre’s elegant Marquee Club. Reed has supported Andee’s Army, the Atlanta History Center, Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities, Forward Arts Foundation and other significant Atlanta institutions and charities.
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